Shabbat Shebang, Dec 2

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Friday, December 2:

  • Eco Potluck Dinner  5:30pm
  • Kabbalat Shabbat Service 7:00pm

Come experience a joyful, spirited, accessible Kabbalat Shabbat service, with Rabbi Harry and the rockin’ Emanu-El  band, geared towards families and anyone who loves singing, dancing, storytelling, great food and company (arrive at 7pm if you’re not able to join us for dinner).

Connect with friends and family at an eco-pot luck vegetarian dinner followed by a ruaḥ– (spirit) filled service and dessert oneg.  Bring a vegetarian/dairy main course or salad and a small dessert along with your own dishes and cutlery.  Label your dish with ALL ingredients.  Dessert oneg follows services. Please RSVP RaeAnn Brechner if you plan to attend dinner so we know how many tables to set up.

This is an important time to turn up the volume on joy and togetherness.

Kabbalat Shabbat, June 24

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Friday, June 24 (Eco Potluck at 5:45 pm; Services at 7:00pm)

Another amazing musical Kabbalat Shabbat experience for all ages

Join friends for a ruaḥ (spirit and energy)-filled evening of prayer, song, dance and storytelling. 

Start the evening right, enjoy a potluck meal before services. Bring a vegetarian/dairy main course and a small dessert along with your own dishes and cutlery. Label your dish with ALL ingredients. 

Please RSVP for dinner, too, so we’ll know how many tables to set up (RSVP not needed for services, only needed if you’re coming for dinner). 

Oneg dessert will follow services.

This will be a super fun and spiritually connecting service. Hope to see you all there.

Eco-Vegetarian Pot Luck Shabbat Dinner

Friday April 1, 2016

  • Shabbat Dinner 5:30 pm 
  • Kabbalat
    Shabbat
    Services 7:00 pm

Celebrate Shabbat with your
community! All ages are invited to a kid-friendly Shabbat dinner followed by Kabbalat
Shabbat
services with instrumental accompaniment.

Bring
a Dairy/Vegetarian main course, salad or dessert to share with others. Because
of the potential for allergies, please label your dish with ALL ingredients.
Also, because the synagogue has a kosher kitchen it will not be possible to
heat anything in the ovens, so bring your dish hot. To maintain the kashrut of
the kitchen and preserve the environment, bring your own serving utensils,
plates and cutlery for eating and plan to wash these when you return home.
Please email Rae Brechner by March 30 if you plan to attend the dinner, and state what you plan to bring, and how many will be in your party, so that we
can set up in advance.

Catch the Spirit, Feel the Groove

Friday, March 11 @ 7:15 pm

Another amazing musical Kabbalat Shabbat experience for all ages

Join friends for a ruaḥ-(Spirit and Energy) filled evening of prayer, song, dance and storytelling.  Cookie oneg and kiddush after services.

This will be a super fun and spiritually connecting service. Hope to see y’all there.

– Rabbi Harry

Catch the Spirit, Name the Baby

Friday, February 12, 7:15pm

It is with great blessings and joy that we will be welcoming Molly and Brent’s new baby Avery into the covenant with our Ancestors this Friday evening at our Kabbalat Shabbat service. 

Musical Friday Night service is a joyful, playful and meaningful Shabbat experience. Come spread some nachas pride and joy with Molly and Brent and celebrate Avery’s britah, marking her entering the covenant and receiving her Hebrew name this Shabbat.

Catch the Spirit, Feel the Groove (#3)

Friday, February 12, 7:15pm

Another amazing musical Kabbalat Shabbat experience for all ages
Join friends for a ruaḥ-(Spirit and Energy) filled evening of prayer, song, dance and storytelling.  Cookie oneg and kiddush after services
This will be a super fun and spiritually connecting service. Hope to see Y’all there
– Rabbi Harry

Catch the Spirit, Feel the Groove (Again)

Friday, January 8 at 7:15pm

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Another amazing musical Kabbalat Shabbat experience for all ages

  • Join friends for a ruaḥ-(Spirit and Energy) filled evening of prayer, song, dance and storytelling.
  • Cookie oneg and kiddush after services

This will be a super fun and spiritually connecting service
Hope to see Y’all there

– Rabbi Harry

Catch the Spirit- Feel the Groove

Friday evening, November 13 at 7:15pm.

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Family Friendly Musical  Kabbalat Shabbat Friday Night Service for all ages.

Join friends for a ruaḥ (spirit and energy) filled evening of prayer, song, dance and storytelling.
There will be a cookie kiddush following services.
This promises to be super fun and spiritually connected experience, we hope to see y’all there